The factor of safety culture in construction industry gives a profound influence to the economic and social condition of a nation by which that affects its competitiveness. The data in the field, in fact, shows that the level of accidents on construction projects in Indonesia is notably poor. On the other hand, facing the era of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) Indonesian contractors are demanded to increase their competitiveness in which one of their projects runs with zero accidents. This study was conducted in the objectives of (i) evaluating the OSH standard implementation in the construction companies in Indonesia. (ii) Identifying the safety culture dimensions at the construction industry in Indonesia The research result presented that OSH standard implementation based on both areas and company qualifications was still in the unsafe condition with the score under 50%. That identifies safety culture dimensions which are necessarily built in the level of both corporation and project such as managerial leadership, contract system, policy, strategy, process, cost, people, value and behavior.
Machfudiyanto, R. A., Latief, Y., Arifuddin, R., & Yogiswara, Y. (2017). Identification of Safety Culture Dimensions Based on the Implementation of OSH Management System in Construction Company. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 171, pp. 405–412). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2017.01.350